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As microservices become more and more popular - you are encouraged to choose the right database for the job, resulting in an increase in the number of database processes in the cluster. Wouldn't it be great if you could use a Marathon manifest for our entire application including these stateful database processes. The problem is that when a database process writes to disk, it turns that server into a pet where it was cattle before.
This talk will introduce you to Flocker, talk about Docker plugins and finally demonstrate the two working together to achieve the seamless scheduling and migration of stateful database containers using Marathon.
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